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What potential digestive conditions are you overlooking?
Ongoing research is clear: horses in your practice right now are likely suffering from GI problems significant enough to impact their health and performance. But, your ability to detect these conditions, especially in the hindgut, is limited.
You need a method to stay on top of the GI health of your equine patients – every horse, all the time.
Improve your GI diagnostic capabilities with the one test that is affordable, simple, quick, non-invasive and reliable. Make the SUCCEED Equine Fecal Blood Test part of your daily practice so you can:
Identify pathologies that would otherwise go undetected
Catch issues early, before they progress to clinically significant conditions
Regularly monitor the GI health of the horses in your care
Check My Eligibility
Equine veterinarians in the United States caring for performance horses are eligible for a free trial of the SUCCEED Equine Fecal Blood Test. Submit your information to let us know you are interested in conducting a trial. A representative will be in touch with you shortly to discuss how the trial works, your eligibility and how we can support GI health management in your practice.
Up-and-coming British showjumper Jamie Gornall owns and runs a successful training and breeding yard, Gornall Equestrian. He and his team are dedicated to giving their horses the best possible care and management. This includes working […]
Summary The patient in this case presented initially for evaluation of a lameness, and in turn was tentatively diagnosed with a hindgut ulcerative condition. The owners were unaware of the patient’s concurrent condition, but when […]
Since 2013, Professor Derek Knottenbelt and a team of researchers at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, have been studying gastrointestinal diseases in horses. While much research exists for understanding gastric ulcers, until now very little […]
I am sad to report that Dr. Frank Pellegrini passed away on December 22, 2016. Franklin Louis Pellegrini, DVM was a remarkable equine veterinarian, a true genius without whom SUCCEED likely would not exist today. […]
By Dr. Emma Hardy. Specific nutrition, feeding and management regimens are required to meet the high demands placed on today’s performance horse. A diet high in energy-dense non-structural carbohydrate, but often lacking in sufficient fibre and […]
By Dr. Emma Hardy. Extensive research conducted by Freedom Health LLC, and independently at the University of Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine, is shifting the spotlight in equine gastrointestinal (GI) disease towards the hindgut, and […]
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